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@CJC ...........the description says it weighs 6.29 lbs.  I think thats a lot for a skillet.

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Re: Electric Skillet

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Ordered years ago when it was CS special.  It was BIG and never used it sold at this years yard sale.  

 

Sorry don't know if you can submerge in water to wash but I think the pan part is not removable if I remember correctly.

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I have his smaller version.   I use it frequently and it cleans up well by hand, but it is not immersible.

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I'm thinking of purchasing it also.  I haven't used one in years, but I don't have a cooking device (other than air fryer) with a temperature control. 

 

Maybe it's just expected that you "wipe" it clean.  Always see online vendors do that and it grosses me out........not clean enough for me. 

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You can take it to the sink and wash it out with soapy water.

 

Just don't submerge the side with heating element (the probe detaches.)

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It appears to be the one I own now and will probably donate because it's awkward to store.  When I was a newlywed way back when, I used a square Farberware one constantly.  

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I just ordered one. Can't beat that price with free shipping!

My current stove only has one large burner and three small ones, if you can believe they used to make them like that!
I have his smaller one and will have to find a home for it.

Even though my family is grown and gone, I still find myself cooking in bigger batches and freeze extra. 
Mr Wilkes is right - very easy to take over to the sink to clean and rinse without submerging. 

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I ended up ordering one.  I had a $5 off coupon to use towards it.

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Re: Electric Skillet

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Bobbi Ray just said it's 1500 watts, thatpowerful!  

 I realize I have a small very old electric skillet from Presto. The inside looks like very old non stick surface ( before they improved them)- I love Dura nonstick so I do think I will order this- 

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My friend who bought one before said she uses it to brown sausages and she said nothing sticks to it. She bought a second one today so she can cook the rest of the breakfast at the same time. Sausage in one skillet, eggs in another.